The Eagle Has Landed

The Eagle Has Landed

Video Cassette - 1992
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The peace of an English village is shattered as German paratroopers make a dramatic attempt to kidnap Britain's Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and bring him back to Germany.
Publisher: Van Nuys, Calif. : AVID Home Entertainment, c1992
ISBN: 9781556589904
1556589905
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (VHS) (134 min.) : | videorecording] : 1/2 in

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lukasevansherman
Mar 28, 2016

A World War 2 adventure film that is somewhat unique in that the main characters are Germans attempting to kidnap Churchill. Notable non-Germans Michael Caine, Robert Duvall, and Donald Plesence all play German officers and they're joined by Donald Sutherland, with a somewhat distracting Irish accent. If you enjoyed films like "The Guns of Navarone," "Where Eagles Dare," and "Kelly's Heroes," you'll like this. The cast is good and the direction by John Sturges, who also did "The Great Escape," is solid. Based on a novel by Jack Higgins. Look for a pre-"Dallas" Larry Hagman in a small role.

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TheeAvebury
May 04, 2015

Made in the 70's I'm not sure how well this has aged- it does have some terrific performance by Robert Duvall, Michael Caine and Donald Sutherland. It's a unique take on the typical World War 2 film, and if you're a fan of war films in general, it's worth checking out.

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kwarah
Dec 14, 2011

INTERESTINGLY INTRIGUING FILM.

Would kidnapping Churchill had made any difference to the outcome of WWII, when madmen for their own personal ego, power, prestige & glory, GAMBLING the destiny of nations & the lives of millions of people, as if the nations can NOT exist in harmony, with out the madmen's insatiable appetite for personal "glory"?

In the end, the expendable people, always promised LIBERTY are forced to pay with their lives, in the name of defending the "fatherland", while the "fatherland & liberty" are sacrificed to accommodate madmen's egos.

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